Baumeister honored for years of service

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By The Staff

TELL CITY - A police officer who worked 20 years before being sidelined by health issues was honored Monday for his service to Tell City.

Charlie Baumeister began work as a patrolman in 1986 and was the community's Drug Abuse Resistance Education Officer for many years. He left active duty in 2006 and recently indicated to the city that he did not plan to return as a patrolman.

Mayor Barbara Ewing said Baumeister was a valued police-department and community partner who cared for the city and its residents.

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